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Monday, 8 April 2013

Tigran Sargsyan Receives Romanian Minister of Economy Of Armenian Origin Varuzhan Voskanyan



Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan received Romanian Minister of Economy of Armenian origin Varuzhan Voskanyan.

"We need to use our friendly ties in order to deepen and expand cooperation between the two countries, especially in the sphere of economy. Romania’s highly-reputed Armenian community can be a platform to promote bilateral relations,” the head of government said.

Reaffirming the standing invitation for his Romanian counterpart Victor Ponta to visit Armenia, Tigran Sargsyan said it might be a great boost for economic exchanges.

In this context, the parties stressed the importance of the upcoming sittings of the Armenian-Romanian intergovernmental commission due to be held this year in Yerevan and Bucharest

Varuzhan Voskanyan suggested holding a business forum that would bring together the respective business circles. His proposal was accepted by the Armenian Prime Minister.

The interlocutors went on to discuss cooperation in high technologies, tourism, agriculture and other areas of mutual interest.

In conclusion, Varuzhan Voskanyan offered to Tigran Sargsyan his novel entitled “Book of whispers”, which treats of the tragedy - massacres and deportations - suffered by the Armenian people in the Ottoman Empire.
 

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